Parkside Motel

42 Gladstone Road, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 Gladstone Road, Nelson, is near World of Wearable Art and Collectable Car Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Nelson

    Explorations and Meaningful Meetings in Nelson

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on Jun 06, 2014

    From Picton Fridi and I made our way to Nelson, the main city in the north of South Island. We picked up hitch hiker along the way who was a local lady whose car was in the garage. On the way we also stopped at various locations at the side of the road simply to enjoy the views. I had seen some beautiful things on the North Island (Tiritiri Matangi, Mt Ruapehu, Tongariro National Park) but South Island ...

    Abel Tasman - another great walk + great animals

    A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on Mar 30, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... we did not spot any sperm we very looking so sad we even got another chance. He offered us 1 seal...we discussed, finaly flipped a coin and the winner was me ;-) but even this additional 30 minutes of flight did not brought us the whale was reaching the surface...hmmm. ok we already saw so much then we also need to except sometimes a miss of fortune ;-( we went back to our known seal colony, prepared our food a had a great meal with ...

    Abel Tasman Coastal Track

    A travel blog entry by neil.scannell on Mar 29, 2014

    44 photos

    ... camp. Leaving at 11 we started our hike south. Parts of the trail are coastal beach walking, parts are walking through forest, and some are along rocky ledges. But day 2 of the trail poses a new scenery for walkers. At low tide hikers are able to walk across the Awaroa Inlet. Sounds weird right? Well picture this. Picture Long Lake being drained and refilled every day. That's how much the water fluctuates daily due to the changes in the tide of this inlet. Two hours before and ...


    A travel blog entry by spicerrtw on Mar 04, 2014

    25 photos

    ... in Nelson late afternoon.

    The TV news this evening was full of the storm damage throughout Canterbury with many boats being ruined. We were glad that we weren't in a boat this morning after all.

    Wednesday 5 March

    Drove along the coast north west of Nelson towards the Abel Tasmin National Park although we know that you can only access the coastal areas of the Park by boat or on foot. The weather has calmed down today with spells of sunshine so ...

    Kayaking & Tramping the Abel Tasman

    A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Feb 19, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... Seals and adult and baby Blue Penguins. There were plenty of birds too - oyster catchers, cormorants (or shags as they call them here), geese, etc. It was splendid. Then we continued kayaking along the coast south to Bark Bay. In all, we kayaked over 7 kms - or 4.5 miles in real money. Not bad for our first ever kayak experience and in a group where we were the oldest by on average about 25 years! After a very nice lunch on a beautiful beach, we then set off for ...